Dis*park" (?), v. t.


To throw (a park or inclosure); to treat (a private park) as a common.

The Gentiles were made to be God's people when the Jews' inclosure was disparked. Jer. Taylor.


To set at large; to release from inclosure.

Till his free muse threw down the pale, And did at once dispark them all. Waller.


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